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BBC director general welcomes proposals for ‘distinctly British’ content. Tim Davie says promotion of British talent could counterbalance the ‘globalised algorithmic’ commissioning of TV
What is the Narnia-inspired Caldron Pool and is it fomenting ‘Christian nationalism’ in Australia?. Website hosts petitions opposing Covid rules on religious grounds, as well as contributions from right-wing politicians such as George Christensen
Field Marshal Mohamed Tantawi obituaryHead of the military regime that briefly ruled Egypt after the 2011 uprising and the fall of Hosni Mubarak Field Marshal Mohamed Tantawi, right, greeting Hosni Mubarak in Cairo, Egypt. Photograph: MENA/AFP/Getty
Charlie Rowley survived while his girlfriend Dawn Sturgess died after exposure to the nerve agent.
When it comes to pomp and ceremony, the Royal family famously love nothing more than when things go ever so slightly wrong.
Bake Off, arguably one of TV’s campest shows, is back. To celebrate, we’ve taken a look back at some of our favourite LGBT+ bakers.
Dr Helen Webberley, the founder of website GenderGP, has been accused of failing to provide good clinical care in 2016 to three patients.
Amazon, Chobani, UPS and more than 30 other companies have vowed to hire and train refugees fleeing Afghanistan for the U.S. The companies said Tuesday that they want to help the tens of thousands of Afghan refugees coming to America to integrate into the economy
Police in the UK have arrested a man on suspicion of burglary, following the theft of historic jewellery from a Sussex castle in May.View on euronews
‘I watched someone start to bleed to death when they didn’t have to, when time would have made all the difference in the world,’ paramedic says
The Duchess of Cambridge braved new heights on Tuesday as she tried out abseiling on a visit to the Lake District.
Justin Trudeau secures a third victory in an election ‘nobody wanted’Canadian prime minister will stay in power but has not won the majority he hoped for after calling a snap electionCanada election 2021: full results Canada’s PM Justin Trudeau thanks two of his children, Ella-Grace and Xavier, during the Liberal election night party in Montreal. Photograph: Christinne Muschi/Reuters
US President Joe Biden stresses the "enormous" bipartisan effort that went into the Irish peace deal and states he would not like to see the Northern Irish Protocol lead to a closed border in Ireland. Boris Johnson says he believes UK/US relations are "going well" and their defence deal is evidence of that.
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro issued a strident defense of his administration at the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday, rebuffing criticism of its handling of the pandemic and touting recent data indicating a reduction in Amazon deforestation
Russian also known as Sergey Fedotov now charged with poisoning of Sergei Skripal
Retirement village owner uses squatters’ rights in court bid to claim Sydney propertyAustralian Retirement Holdings launched legal action in a bid to stop a woman taking possession of her deceased grandparents’ landGet our free news app; get our morning email briefing Australian Retirement Holdings failed in its legal bid to claim adverse possession, otherwise known as squatters’ rights, of land next to Mount Gilead Estate. Photograph: Samantha Manchee/AAP
Eight bodies of Algerian and Moroccan migrants, including a child, have been found since Sunday on beaches in the southern Spanish province of Almería. View on euronews
The four-year refurbishment of Aberdeen Art Gallery was estimated to cost £34.6 million.
The Madrid prosecutor’s office is investigating after hundreds of people with Nazi paraphernalia marched through the Spanish capital chanting homophobic slurs.
The body of murdered teacher Sabina Nessa was not found until hours after her death, the Metropolitan Police said. Detective Superintendent Luke Marks said there was a “short delay” in finding her body because it was “not on the main walkway”. “It wasn’t on the main walkway in the park, so that was the reason for the small delay in Sabina being found.”